A strategy game where you try to guess sequences of photo images. Stretch your mind with great graphics, music and sequences of anywhere from three to nine images in length. The game tells you what pieces were the correct piece in the correct place.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Moraff`s CyberMind - Move over `Master` here comes `Cyber`. Remember the strategy game where you try to guess sequences of different colored plastic pegs? Now you can stretch your mind with great graphics, music and sequences of anywhere from three to nine images in length. You will try to guess a sequence of images. The computer will respond to each guess by telling you how many pieces were the correct piece in the correct place, and how many were the correct piece, but in the wrong place. If you have lots of well-linked neurons in your brain (you are smart), you will excel at this challenge. Numerous variations included.
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